Pacific Frame (formally Pacific Frame & Gallery) is owned and operated by husband and wife team, Noel and Leigh Ann Jones. They opened Pacific Frame in 1998 in Historic Downtown McMinnville and enjoyed being part of the historic downtown for 16 years. In January 2014 Noel and Leigh Ann purchased the old Robin and Russ Handweavers building on the corner of Sixth and Adams Street. After some minor renovations on the building they moved their established frame shop in March 2014 to this beautiful new permanent home.
Noel has a Master of Fine Art degree from Indiana University. He put himself through school working for various custom framing studios and also had the great fortune to work in the permanent archives of the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, preparing work for various exhibitions.
Leigh Ann has a Bachelors degree from the University of North Texas in Business Management and worked for various large corporations in different management capacities. She has had the pleasure of being on the Board of Directors for the McMinnville Downtown Association, the McMinnville Area Chamber of Commerce and the McMinnville Short Film Festival.
Levi is the latest addition to the Pacific Frame family. She’s been framing for a few years now, and her passion for what she does shows for each project she’s a part of. If you’re looking to work with someone who has a great eye for color who thinks outside the box, Levi is your gal!
When she’s not designing frames, she’s making artwork of her own. Between paintings and art projects, you can find her at home with her husband and 2 cats.